Wedding Flowers | Leeds Wedding Photography

Wedding Flowers | Leeds Wedding Photography

Floristry is part of most wedding day celebrations and I’ve photographed so many amazing wedding flower creation, some simple and classic, some really unusual.

From bouquets and table centre pieces to more unusual installations and wearable items.

Ive seen a lot of the following over the past 18 months;

Archways and hoops - so dramatic and theatrical! If this is something you are considering then establish whether it is possible for your chosen florist to create something that can be moved around the venue, to really make the most of your investment (eg a flower archway which can be used for the ceremony - but then re-purposed as a photo booth back drop, during the evening reception!)

Copper - can be bold or understated and can be incorporated in so many various ways. Copper vases and urns, copper ribbons, dried flowers/foliage/twigs sprayed copper, archways made of copper piping. It works with such a wide variety of colours too, so can it work great in any season.

Succulents - they come in such gorgeous green and purple hues, are really robust and I’ve seen them successfully added to bouquets, table pieces, archways - and wearable pieces such as corsages and necklaces

Wearable pieces - I worked with ‘floral jewellery’ for the first time last year, in my styled shoot editorial work. Im hoping to see more of these pieces at real weddings :-)

Feathers - a great way to add texture and interest to any floral arrangement. Pheasant and peacock feathers both look really effective.